Manchester United and Leeds are involved in a dispute regarding tickets for their Premier League clash at Elland Road next month.
The two historic rivals are set to go head-to-head in the league, with Marcelo Bielsa taking on interim Man United boss Ralf Rangnick.
Man United are unhappy at the allocation of 2,565 tickets they received, per the Daily Mail, as opposed to the 3,000 they were expecting.
They are also unhappy at Leeds not offering any discounted prices on tickets for seniors.
“Leeds United have offered our fans only 2,565 (including 225 restricted view) tickets for this game versus the 3,000 we were expecting in line with Premier League guidelines.” United told supporters in an email.
“They have also indicated that they will not offer a concessionary discount for seniors. These issues have been escalated to the Premier League.”